Chiang Mai, koh Samui ande Bangkok
This incredible adventure offers something for EVERYONE. 5 nights in chiang mai, 5 nights in Koh Samui and 2 nights in Bangkok. While in Bangkok we shall tour the temples (wats) and buildings of cultural interest, navigate the waters of the Chao Phraya River, and enjoy a private city tour with our own friendly English-speaking Thai native guide, with a visit to the Grand Palace, & Wat Pho,www.watpho.com By night you will be free to indulge in the endless delights the city has to offer. Bangkok is an amazing place. You will be surrounded by incredible energy, all of your senses simultaneously stimulated and yet unlike other large cities such as New York, there is a sense of calm and peacefulness, very seldom will you hear a horn blowing or someone yelling. Bangkok is a safe city, with two state-of-art subways systems, one above ground and one below. We will experience warm comfortable summer like weather during our stay.
In Chiang Mai, you will take part in the amazing water festival Song Kran Festival, attend thai cooking school, ride elephants, enjoy thai massage and much more. We shall end our journey in Bangkok.
Michael Wilson has traveled extensively through Thailand will be your general guide and logistics coordinators to ensure you have a wonderful and comfortable experience. Providing you have some sense of adventure and willingness to explore new things, you will find this to be one of the most rewarding journeys you’ve ever taken. Thailand is deeply rich in cultural and heritage. Expect to spend an average of $15 - $20 USD per/day over and above the cost of the package price, plus your international airfare to /from Bangkok (BKK). Forget everything you think you know about human nature and brace yourself for the wonderful cultural shock of Thailand.
By far the most exciting of Thailand’s celebrations, New Year celebration, the renowned Songkran Festival. Here we will experience a taste of old style Thailand, away from the big city of Bangkok, there are countless things to do here in northern Thailand, trekking, cooking classes, thai massage school, the famous night bazaar, the sunday market, or you could wonder endlessly through the winding narrow sois (Streets) of old city and never grow board.We will stay in the charming 4 star Bodhi Serene hotel located in the old city of Chiang Mai. The Songkran celebrations in Chiang Mai are filled with traditional cultural events including merit-making at temples, outdoor concerts, shows, dancing, a beauty contest and parade and three days of good-natured non-stop water throwing. Yes you read that correctly, I said a 3 day non-stop water battle. This one ranks right up there with the running of the bulls and the The Tomatina Festival (the Tomato Battle) in Buol, Spain.It is a blast!One significant event during Songkran is the procession of highly revered Phra Phuttha Sihing Buddha along with 75 some other Buddha images which are elaborately paraded through the streets of Chiang Mai for people to throw water at as a form of worship & good luck for the new year. Thailand is 96 percent Buddhist and is known as the land of 1000 smiles. For many, Thailand can be a very spiritual place; you will find the culture, customs, and demeanor to be 180 degree apart from what we typically experience in the western world.My advise is to slow down, smile a lot, and embrace the warm kindness of the thousands of friendly people you are about to encounter.All airport transfers
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